Climate | Technical Report
The EU’s NDC after the Talanoa dialogue
28 January 2019
BY: MARCU Andrei, Simone Borghesi, STOEFS Wijnand, Isabella Alloisio, Francesco Nicolli, VANGENECHTEN Domien
This paper explores a number of major options that the EU could consider if the decision is made to enhance the EU Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC). It shows that the options are varied, with significant differences in terms of additional mitigation effort, political will and environmental impacts. These options have been discussed through workshops with stakeholders and policy makers and an online survey. The survey asked participants to rate the political and social acceptability, as well as competitive, international and environmental impacts of 9 options for enhancing the EU NDC set out in this paper. The results of these efforts to gather input and foster discussion are analysed at the end of the paper.
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